Awesome / Audiosurf

  • Evol Intent: The Rapture. The variation goes from slow and scary to a full-on sonic assault. Avoid Ninja Mono...
  • Surprisingly, the Ar tonelico II soundtrack ranges from insanely easy to insanely difficult. Particularly; Evil on the Moon (which turned a corkscrew at one point) and Goddess' Footsteps, both of which are extremely fast and extremely bumpy rides.
  • Sometimes there is a crowd cheer when picking up bonus blocks in Audiosurf 2. Songs like Stomp or Feel Our Pain (Fire Field) contain said cheer when the main part of the song kicks in.
  • Really, any F-Zero song, combined with the fact that there's quite a few skins of the various racer machines on Audiosurf 2's workshop, makes for a really awesome ride. The AX/GX soundtracks also have a fair amount of players to try and beat as well.
  • The climax of "Glósóli" by Sigur Rós will make you cry.
  • Adding the tag [as-nogrey] to a song's title sounds like it would make Mono runs ridiculously easy, but it doesn't just remove the grey blocks. It replaces them all with colored blocks. And disables your ship's fins. Go try to collect every colored block on a fast song in Ninja Mono now. You can rack up insanely high scores this way, but your score will only be compared to those of other [as-nogrey] players.
  • "You" by Bad Religion is pretty damn nerve-wracking. Try it. Come on, I dare you.
  • Like tracks that constantly bounce to the beat? Try playing "Television, Television" by OK Go.
  • Surprisingly, playing House of Fun by Madness can result in this. In some modes, such as Eraser, the entire track starts spinning about halfway through.

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